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Filters are provided to help you find the perfect accommodation in Croydon. In Croydon, 148 accommodation types provide internet. So, if you need internet access during your holidays, select the internet filter to compare these rentals. You can even find rentals if you like to end your days curled up by the fire (2 rentals include fireplaces in Croydon) or you want to go fishing (1 rentals with fishing).
The Weather in Croydon
- Rainy days
Here is our climate diagram for Croydon. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 24°. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Croydon in January. The rainiest month is November, while the driest month is March.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Croydon
Holidaymakers looking for apartment rentals in Croydon have a lot of alternatives, as this is the most prevalent property type there. The average cost of this particular type of property is £121 a night, with an average size of 51 m². Furthermore, these rentals are usually ideal for medium-sized groups and families, as that's the average number of people that apartment rentals are able to host in Croydon. Hotel rooms are the second most typical accommodation option in Croydon. Hotel rooms in Croydon are 20 m² on average, with an average price of £78 per night.
Enjoy community spirit with Croydon holiday lettings
Located just under ten miles from Central London, Croydon is a paradise for shoppers; with both the Whitgift Centre and Centrale Centre on your doorstep. It also has a unique community spirit, evident at the Matthew’s Yard and Surrey Street Market. You can be certain that a holiday letting in Croydon will be restful, rejuvenating and educating.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Croydon?
History and culture in Croydon
When holidaying in Croydon, a visit to the Clocktower is a must. It houses the Museum of Croydon and the David Lean Cinema. The museum will allow you to discover more about the history of the town. It has historical artefacts from the area and many hands-on exhibits.
The David Lean Cinema was built to honour director David Lean. The cinema has an intimate and art house atmosphere and hosts the best of World and British films. You can also watch classics and newly released favourites.
What are the best nightlife spots in Croydon?
A night to remember in Croydon
A visit to Croydon is incomplete without stopping at the Green Dragon for a drink. It gives you a taste of the community spirit Croydon is famous for. The pub is housed in a converted Victorian bank and is always buzzing with activity. It attracts clientele from all different spheres of life.
The Oval Tavern, close to East Croydon Railway Station, offers great music almost every night. The air reverberates with folk songs and blues music performed by upcoming artists. It also has a huge beer garden with a stage. On Sundays, during lunchtime, the pub hosts free jazz performances by the best jazz musicians in the UK.
Where are the unique attractions in Croydon?
History and nature under one roof
Throw together a picnic hamper and get onto a train to South Croydon. A little over a mile from the station is Croham Hurst, a massive woodland with a heath. This woodland used to be a Bronze Age settlement. The lower slopes are dotted with hazel and oak trees.
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